For years, officials have worked in earnest to reduce the county’s funding for nonprofit groups which provide needed services to the area’s most vulnerable populations. This year is no different.
But unlike prior years when budget cuts ran deep, taxpayer contributions to nonprofits will remain relatively flat with the exception of matching funds for Charlotte Behavioral Health Care, which cut its original funding request by $100,000 for the 2012-2013 fiscal year, according to county budget director Gordon Burger.
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